Testers, Leakage Current, Ultrasonic Transducer Probe/Lead

Definition : Electric current leakage testers designed for testing invasive ultrasonic probes and/or leads that include an ultrasound transducer. These testers measure the leakage current using line voltage (e.g., 120, 240 volt), providing results as pass/failure when the current is below or above a pre-determined value respectively (e.g., 185 microampere). The tester usually consists of a portable, battery-operated handheld instrument with luminous indicators of different colors for pass/failure conditions. The transducer probe is immersed in a conductive solution (e.g., saline) whose conductivity should be previously measured usually using the tester. The tester also include a connection block and adapters to match the transducer probe under test. These testers are used for leakage current testing of ultrasonic probes and leads including ultrasonic transducers from many models and manufacturers, including transesophageal echocardiographic (TEE) transducers. Some testers can also show the numerical values of the measurements (e.g., leakage current, applied voltage, frequency, conductivity of solution).

Entry Terms : "Testers, Leakage Control, Ultrasonic Probe"

UMDC code : 34511

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BC Group International Inc

Company Type: Parent

BC Group International, Inc. is a leading provider of biomedical test equipment and measurement equipment for the global medical device technical services marketplace. We are a "one-stop-shop", offering sales of test equipment and tools, plus calibration and repair services for most types and brands of general and biomedical-specific test equipment. BC Group has established a full line of biomedical test equipment under our own BC Biomedical brand.

CTRL Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Since the company's inception in 1989, CTRL has developed a series of unsurpassed sensors and systems that diagnose the condition of vehicles, industrial machinery, and mechanical components by using the unique properties of ultrasound.

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